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Parma Pirates Sticker Pack

The Parma Memorial School Committee brings you a new and unique way to celebrate your Parma heritage

The Parma Memorial School Committee brings you a new and unique way to celebrate your Parma heritage

Parma Pirates Sticker Pack

by MediaLink Systems
Parma Pirates Sticker Pack
Parma Pirates Sticker Pack
Parma Pirates Sticker Pack

What is it about?

The Parma Memorial School Committee brings you a new and unique way to celebrate your Parma heritage!

Parma Pirates Sticker Pack

Parma Pirates Sticker Pack has stickers

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App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
2Mb
Genre
Stickers Places & Objects Sports & Activities
Last updated
March 8, 2017
Release date
March 8, 2017
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App Store Description

The Parma Memorial School Committee brings you a new and unique way to celebrate your Parma heritage!

Celebrate your Pirates with the Parma Pirates Sticker Pack! Use over 15 unique stickers to share your Parma pride with friends! Package includes stickers dedicated to the old high school building, the recently constructed memorial and stickers for individual sports.

Parma High School was constructed in 1936. Classes graduated from 1937 until consolidation in 1980. PHS was the center of Parma, Missouri’s community. Decades of learning, socials, and sporting events brought people together. Over the years, the buildings withstood fires and even a tornado in 1945. A gymnasium was constructed directly East of the high school building in 1944. An accidental fire in 2010 brought down the entire complex. Consolidation moved the student body to New Madrid, but many memories were made at PHS and will live on forever.